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May 07, 2020

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Evi

Oh such lovely photos as usual! Thank you for sharing your very fresh and colourful world!

Carol Langley

Your photos are beautiful. Thank you for sharing them.

Crafty Cath

I'm loving your new Aria blanket! Soup looked good too :)

Michelle

You have a very beautiful place to walk! Lovely photos! And your new blanket is so pretty! It’s so nice that your kids could make join in with color selections.

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Doreen Galt

Hi Lucy loved reading about your week and the photos of your walk are soo vivid greens. No wonder they say there is 40 shades of green. Know what you mean about feeling a bit off kilter this week it all a bit wierd but very necessary. Weather here in Northern Ireland has been fantastic this week, I’ve had a week off on holiday just chilling out doing bit of gardening bit of crochet bit of sewing just lovely before back to the dreaded W place on Monday. Stay safe.

Kathryn Grimshaw

Thanks for the lovely post Lucy. I made your lovely oatcake recipe and thoroughly enjoyed the brunch. I put stewed apple and blackberries with the Greek yogurt ant it was so good.
The weather has been fabulous for us in the North West..we have been very lucky as it has enabled us all to enjoy the outdoors more especially at the present time.
I have been thankful for our small cottage garden, and have kept myself busily involved in making sure everything is looking as good as it can do.
I have made a couple of your birdie decorations which I enjoyed making as a bit of fun and I’m currently working on other small projects...trying to get back into the mood for completing the Dune Blanket I started last year. Take Care x

Bonnie Brocklehurst

Thank you Lucy for allowing us to share a part of your beautiful sweet life, it gives me hope that there are lovely people like you out there who appreciate our beautiful world and see the beauty in simple things that bring us joy every day❤️

Vanessa*~~~

... another utterly enchanting diary account, what a super lovely way to engage us*~~~

Winwick Mum

I think it's been an odd week for lots of people - I'm glad you've been able to do (and eat!) comforting things xx

Tessa Clarke

Such fun to read, and isn't it amazing that we can all walk down the middle of the road all round the world? 😀😉 Hi from Auckland New Zealand 👋

Tanya cole

I have family in Yorkshire, they are sending me pictures of the lambs jumping merrily in the fields and blossom blooming on the trees. I’m afraid we are a little behind you here in Scotland, the blossom is still at bud stage and snow is still frequenting the Munro’s. But I’m watering plants and hoping for colour very soon :)

Kate T

Beautiful photos, thank you for sharing with us x

Elizabeth

Hey Lucy, I can do resonate with your observations when out walking, the bluebells, blue sky, lush green, sunshine refreshing rain, Earth, birdsong. It’s bliss to part of Mother Earth is blessing us all. Your blogs are a pleasure to read.you take such joy in the simple gifts we have. Wishing you and your family continued gratitude and love and peace in your home. Oh and will you be doing a pattern for the Aria blanket. Loving the colours and I’m shortly going to finish the sweet pea so looking for another project. X

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